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Old 03-11-2020, 12:15 AM #1
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4th Gen Maintenance 180k Miles

4th Gen Owners,

I have read over a few forums from years back about regular/routine maintenance that should be completed before the 200k mark. Are there any members on here who have recently done necessary maintenance that can offer insight for a v6 at 179k miles?

I have come to the conclusion that I will need to:
-Spark plugs
-Grease drive shaft
-Transmission and power steering flush
-CV axles

Completed:
-Oil change every 5k miles
-Drain and fill diff and transfer case oil
-Replaced front coilovers and rear shocks/springs


Thank you in advance for the suggestions!
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what type of insight are you looking for? looks like your list covers most the major items. also read the owners manual for what maint toyota suggests at what miles.
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You should be greasing driveshaft every other oil change
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You should be greasing driveshaft every other oil change
What grease are you using? I've read spider Zerk #1 and #3 to use Mobil 1 synthetic grease and for Zerk #2 Sta-Lube Moly-Graph Lithium Grease and to not use moly grease in the spiders.
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180k Interval Service?

200k Maintenance for 4th Gen T4R

Approaching 200,000 miles

Anything I'm forgetting? Preventative maintenance at 200k miles...

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You should be greasing driveshaft every other oil change
be careful with that, every other oil change may be excessive. the slip yoke can only take a certain amount of grease before it causes problems with hydraulic lock. thats why they say when greasing it to only do a limited amount of pumps like 4-8. overfilling it is not good, it doesnt bleed out the excess grease like the ujoints do. i had a clunking on my 4runner when i bought it, greased it up with moly grease & hasnt made a noise since.

just saying to grease as needed, not every other oil change if its not needed.
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What grease are you using? I've read spider Zerk #1 and #3 to use Mobil 1 synthetic grease and for Zerk #2 Sta-Lube Moly-Graph Lithium Grease and to not use moly grease in the spiders.
Personally I use Lucasoil Red N Tacky #2 but it sounds like you've done your research. And as mentioned by @firebirdguy , I forgot that greasing on a regular basis shouldn't include the slip yokes but only the u-joints. I do my ujoints every other oil change for 20k now and its been fine. Fixed my clunk from when I had bought the truck
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Personally I use Lucasoil Red N Tacky #2 but it sounds like you've done your research. And as mentioned by @firebirdguy , I forgot that greasing on a regular basis shouldn't include the slip yokes but only the u-joints. I do my ujoints every other oil change for 20k now and its been fine. Fixed my clunk from when I had bought the truck

How often are you doing the slip yokes?
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How often are you doing the slip yokes?
I think I normally do it once a year, not doing it more frequently mainly out of fear that it will cause undo strain on the t-case. Whenever I get under the truck I always look at it and make sure it seems "wet" though. Hasn't made any squeaks or anything so it must be alright
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